Over the years, I’ve worked with plenty of web developers. Most ranged from good to excellent, but very few people bat 1.000 over a sustained period of time, myself included. Not that long ago, I had to sever a relationship with a WordPress shop that was doing far more harm than good to my site.
Against this backdrop, I recently penned a three-part series for WPEngine’s Torque Magazine on how to switch web developers while minimizing risk and frustration. The links are below:
- Is It Time to Break Up with Your Web Developer?
- How To Pick a New Web Developer: 4 Tips on Reducing the Odds that You’re Disappointed
- Next Steps: What Happens After You Break Up with Your Developer
At least it’s not as hard as the roommate switch.